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Moderator or Arbitrator? #41677 09/05/04 12:28 PM
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Joe Tedesco Offline OP
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Is a Moderator supposed to be an Arbitrator too? If so, by what authority?:

Arbitrator: A person chosen to settle the issue between parties engaged in a dispute.

One having the ability or power to make authoritative decisions; an arbiter.
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Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41678 09/05/04 12:39 PM
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iwire Offline
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I am a Moderator so I guess that makes me an arbitrator under the authority of Bill. [Linked Image]

However this only applies to the NEC section of this forum and considering the high caliber of the members here moderators are close to unnecessary. [Linked Image]

Bob


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Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41679 09/05/04 12:45 PM
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Joe Tedesco Offline OP
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Thank you Bob for you answer here.

I am the one of the Moderator's of my forum at: www.joetedesco.com/nec so I guess that I can be considered as one too, when a situation arises that may need an Arbitrator, right?


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Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41680 09/05/04 01:03 PM
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iwire Offline
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Yes I would agree at the forums that you are listed as a moderator you have the power to be an arbitrator within the confines of that forum. [Linked Image]

Bob


Bob Badger
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Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41681 09/05/04 08:57 PM
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harold endean Offline
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Joe and Bob,

I have the utmost respect for both of you guys, You can either moderate or arbitrate or capitulate and even speculate. In my eyes you guys are great and you must give up so much of your time to work with these boards, that I don't know how you have time for any thing else.

Harold

Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41682 09/05/04 10:07 PM
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LK Offline
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Just a Thank You, for your time spent here at ECN

LK

Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41683 09/06/04 08:32 AM
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iwire Offline
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Thanks guys but I get back whatever I give here. [Linked Image]

I am always learning something new from my time spent here.

I thank Bill for giving me the chance to be a part of a great web site. [Linked Image]

Bob


Bob Badger
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Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41684 09/06/04 08:39 AM
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Joe Tedesco Offline OP
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Joe and Bob,
I have the utmost respect for both of you guys, You can either moderate or arbitrate or capitulate and even speculate. In my eyes you guys are great and you must give up so much of your time to work with these boards, that I don't know how you have time for any thing else.

Harold

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Just a Thank You, for your time spent here at ECN
LK

Thanks Harold and LK, we do have fun here!


[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 09-06-2004).]


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Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41685 09/06/04 04:36 PM
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pauluk Offline
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I just have to say thanks to all the great members of ECN who make it unnecessary to really do much in the way of moderating or arbitrating anyway.

Anytime I edit somebody else's post in the non-U.S. area it's almost always just to correct a typo in a link, remove an obvious accidental double post, or something of that nature.

There really isn't much moderating as such needed. [Linked Image]

Re: Moderator or Arbitrator? #41686 09/06/04 06:44 PM
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Ryan_J Offline
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Ditto Bob and Paul's remarks. [Linked Image]


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